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Honda EV-neo Eelectric Scooter - Shakedown

Japanese Sales of EV-neo Scooter set for December 2010

Sep 1, 2010

Move over Ruckus, there's a new scooter in town, if you're in Japan that is. Recently, the latest prototype of the Honda EV-neo electric scooter was revealed to a slew of businesses and business owners who provide delivery services. Honda hopes that this new-generation personal mobility product will help transport people and cargo easily, while contributing to the realization of a low-carbon society. Durable enough to handle everyday commercial use, the EV-neo is powered by a rechargeable lithium-ion battery and brushless motor-providing excellent performance with zero CO2 emissions.

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With the mass-market model of EV-neo currently under development, it may be a while before you see this scooter cruising around your hometown-unless your hometown happens to be located in Japan.

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